Select and Display Multiple Spectra

Recall any number of 1D spectra and overlay them. Compare the spectrum, for example, from today with that from last year. Just highlight the desired spectra in the files table and click load. Use the interactive slider "dv" at the lower right of the window to adjust the relative offset between spectra, so they all sit on top of each other, or are evenly spaced out.

Automated Layout of Spectra

As you add additional spectra to the display window dataChord Spectrum Analyst will automatically arrange them in an appropriate layout. Just add an HSQC spectrum to an already displayed proton spectrum and watch the HSQC spectrum appear in the display with the proton spectrum across the top. Now add a carbon spectrum and the display rearranges and the carbon spectrum is added along the left edge in a vertical orientation.

Processing

Users don't need to worry about whether their data is a spectrum or FID, Bruker or Varian. Processing is automatic, when you click on an entry in the files table the data is loaded directly if it is a spectrum, or processed (Fourier transform etc.) if it is an FID. A wide variety of processing tools and techniques are included for more sophisticated analysis.

Flexible Window Arrangement

By default al the dataChord information is displayed in a single convenient window, but you can rearrange the display for more flexibility. The boundary between regions can be interactively adjusted and regions of the main display can be hidden. Take advantage of wide screen monitors (or multiple monitors) by popping out the control windows into their own "toplevel" windows. In advanced mode, you can take advantage of the features of our NMRViewJ software to display unlimited numbers of spectral windows and datasets, all with automatically correlated crosshairs.

News

2 August 2016: New Versions of NMRView, dataChord Spectrum Miner and Analyst, and NvFX

New Google Groups for NMRViewJ and NMRFx Processor

Our first publication on NMRFx appears at the Journal of Biomolecular NMR